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News from our Primary School

The Report Writing Committee has been working all year on developing a new Report for you and your children to reflect on what they are learning, areas of strengths and areas to continue to work on. Listening to parent input and staff suggestions we have designed a Report based on "I Can" statements, which are also in line with many of our other Nord Anglia Education schools. A key component of this is your child's learning journey which is an electronic portfolio documenting your child's work in context. The electronic portfolios are printable and also in a format that will allow you to easily share them with other family members both near and far. On Friday 12 June the Report Writing Committee would like to share with you examples and talk about the process of developing the Reports. The new reports are for Key Stages 1 and 2. Early Years will be sending home narrative reports at the end of the year to round off the regular reports you, as parents, have been receiving all year long.

 

Conferences will be held on Monday 22 June and Tuesday23 June. Sign up sheets will be placed outside of individual teacher's classroom doors by 3:00 PM on Wednesday 10 June. In addition to classroom teachers, our English as an Additional Language (EAL) and Learning Support Service (LSS) teachers will also be available for conferences. Please sign up for individual conferences outside of their classroom doors.


We will be sending home the Reports for all students, Early Years through Year 6, with the exception of Year 5, on Friday 19 June. We will send home Year 5 Reports on Monday 22 June, due to their returning from their residential trip on Friday 19 June. Reports will include student's self reflections, a narrative, "I Can" statements, and how to access your child's electronic portfolio including access to their class music recordings.  

 

Summary of dates:

Wednesday, 10th June

3:00 PM

Sign up sheets for Parent/Teacher Conferences available outside of classrooms

 

Friday, 12th June

Parents in Partnership on Reports

8:50 AM in the canteen

 

Friday, 19th June

Reports sent home, except Year 5

 

Monday, 22nd June

Year 5 Reports sent home

 

Monday, 22nd June and Tuesday, 23rd June

Parent/Teacher Conferences